As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, car sales have become particularly popular in recent months, as has production.
The factory closure weeks squeezed the supply chain, causing inventories to be below-ideal as more and more buyers begin to return to showrooms.
Several hot models, such as the Kia Telluride, which was named in 2020. World car of the year is becoming harder to find, as are incentives for them. Toyota, which produces many of its cars and trucks as fast as it can sell at its best, is working to meet demand for some of the best models. The situation is not much better in multi-year cars such as the Subaru Crosstrek and Jeep Wrangler.
According to a new TrueCar report, here are 10 models whose demand-to-inventory ratio can make them difficult if you need your help at a high price in the coming weeks.
- Kia Telluride
- Toyota Tacoma
- Hyundai Palisade
- Toyota 4Runner
- Toyota Tundra
- Toyota Sienna
- Toyota Rav4
- Subaru Crosstrek
- Jeep Wrangler
- Dodge Challenger
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